Force / Summer


SCYSA's Force program fields teams that participate in highly-competitive softball tournaments during the summer. Force provides a great opportunity for girls in the 8U, 10U, 12U, 14U, and 16U divisions who love softball and would like to extend their skills beyond the spring season.
While the Spring season emphasizes player development and having fun in a recreational league, the Force Program focuses on fielding more highly competitive teams while maintaining a balance with softball skill development, personal development and having fun.

2022 Force - Important Information


2022 Tryouts will take place this spring. Please let your head coach know if you are interested.


Participation Fees and Uniforms

Base registration fee details will be finalized in the coming days. Fees are established to cover 1) uniforms, 2) tournament registration fees, 3) equipment, and 4) field use costs.
Base registration fees are still being established and include full uniform and tournament fees.
Additional fees may apply to additional equipment such as gear bags, jackets, and helmets.


Tentative game schedules for each age level are still being developed as we get clarity on COVID restrictions and guidelines. Once finalized, schedules will be posted below and families should anticipate up to 6 tournaments between Memorial Day and the beginning of August. Practice schedules will be determined in late April. Each team will likely practice twice per week.
Players are expected to attend all practices and games and should communicate any conflicts to coaches early in the season. Playing time may be impacted for players that don't regularly attend practices.

More Information

SCYSA Summer Force Program Overview


The Force program for San Carlos Youth Softball is designed to field teams to participate in competitive ASA and/or USSSA softball tournaments throughout the summer season, which typically runs from late May through late July/early August. The summer program involves traveling to cities throughout the Bay Area (and beyond) and competing in our host tournament, the Jan Macpherson Tournament over the Memorial Day weekend. Highly competitive and successful teams have the privilege of representing their league and city in the ASA Regional Championships.

As with all SCYSA programs, the Force program focuses on developing both softball and life skills for the young women of our league. Particular emphasis is placed on sportsmanship and fair play through pursuing victory with honor. Success is measured not only with on-field results but in the lasting impression that our coaches and players make on each other and the other cities in which we compete, resulting in the continued participation of our players in SCYSA.


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